Journal of Adolescent Health Nov 2021
Stress Among Asian Youth During COVID-19: Moderation byEducational, Spiritual, and Cultural Sources of Belonging
Kelly Schwartz Ph.D., Deinera Exner-Cortens Ph.D., M.P.H., Carly McMorris Ph.D., Erica Makarenko Ph.D.
"Overall at Wave 3, Asian youth reported significantly higher COVID-19 stress than white youth. In moderation analyses, Asian youth who reported higher Wave 1 Child and Youth Resilience Measure-28 Contextual scores also reported higher Wave 3 COVID-19 stress."
January 2021 Publication Psymposium by PAAlberta ISSUU
Kelly Schwartz Ph.D., Erica Makarenko Ph.D., Carly McMorris Ph.D.,
"As Alberta secondary students returned to school this Fall, we addressed this lack of evidence and asked students about their learning, health, mental health, and relationships as they returned to school."
Canadian Journal of School Psychology
2021, Vol. 36(2) 166– 185
Kelly Schwartz Ph.D., Deinera Exner-Cortens Ph.D., M.P.H., Carly McMorris Ph.D., Erica Makarenko Ph.D., Paul Arnold M.D., Ph.D., FRCPC, Marisa Van Bavel M.A., Sarah Williams, Rachel Canfield.
"Results are discussed in the context of how schools can provide both universal responses to students during COVID-19 knowing that most students are coping well, while some may require more targeted strategies to address stress arousal and heightened negative affect"